November, 2018

Continuing the Conservation Conversation

Red Wolf Recovery in the Past and Present Conservation of the critically endangered canid, Canis rufus – otherwise known as the red wolf – began almost two decades ago.  However, …

Redefining Sustainable Palm Oil: Safeguarding Orangutan Habitat

Palm oil is the world’s most widely used vegetable oil – a key ingredient in everything from chocolate to shampoo. It is pressed from the fruit and seeds of the …

Why Public Lands and the Land and Water Conservation Fund Matter to America’s Veterans & Their Families

Thump, thump. “Shhhhhh, stop throwing rocks, you are going to scare the fish,” said my grandfather. Heeding this warning and watching him slowly wade up the river to sneak up …

A-State Steps Up to Save Endangered Red Wolves

When Arkansas State University settled on “Red Wolves” as its new athletics mascot in 2008, little thought was given to the educational platform that would be created to help save …

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Reaffirming a Future for Wildlife: A 2018 Election Recap

Wins for Wildlife Delivered Following yesterday’s election, every newspaper and analyst has started weighing in on what the results  mean for America. If there’s one thing we can discern from …

Making the Outdoors More Inclusive, Accessible

For many Americans who grew up hiking, fishing, and exploring the outdoors, their first experiences continue to powerfully inform their current love of recreation on our public lands and concern …

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